Spring Break Camp – Bay Area Discovery Museum

Spring Break Camp

Spring Break Camp

Make the most of your child’s Spring Break staycation when your camper adventures through the museum's beautiful Fort Baker location.

  • Dates: 1 Week Session 
    • April 10 – April 14 
  • Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. daily 
  • Ages: 4 - 5 or 5 - 6 
  • Price: $650 per camper 
  • Aftercare: 3 – 4 p.m., $150/week 

Membership is the best way to enjoy a year of unlimited family fun at Bay Area Discovery Museum. In addition to early access to camps registration, members receive free admission to the museum for an entire year, access to members-only programs and more.


Enrollment is full for spring break camps, join the waitlist below.

Create a Campsite account. Already registered? Go to sign up by logging into your Campsite account and selecting "Enrollment" on the sidebar.

When you log on to Campsite, you will see all available enrollment options for your child's age.


To be eligible for Spring Break Camps, children must be 4 years old by March 1, 2023.  To determine the best age group for your child, select an enrollment option for your child’s age by March 1, 2023.

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Project Curiosity (age 4-5)

Spring into curiosity! A wide range of activities, from A(rt) to Z(oology), are packed into this weeklong camp. Your young camper will build sandcastles, create watercolor bubble art, build birds nests, and much more.

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Undersea Odyssey (age 5-6)

Take a deep dive into everything underwater. Learn what makes the Bay a unique ecosystem, explore the layers of the ocean and meet the plants and animals that call our backyard home! 

Learn More

Keep reading to prepare for camp, or check out the Camps FAQ page for all of the details.

Contact Us 

Questions? Email us at camps@badm.org.

Find More Fun this Summer

Summer Discovery Camp at Bay Area Discovery Museum is summer as it should be. Campers from Preschool to 3rd grade are invited back to have a blast with robust programming that provides the perfect blend of the museum's exhibits and the surrounding National Park, Fort Baker.

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